Plans to build a $3.4 billion headquarters for the Department of Homeland Security on the grounds of a former mental hospital in Washington, D.C., have been put on hold due to budget constraints. "There are things we'd like to do that are going to have to be postponed. St. Elizabeth's is a good example," said DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. "That's supposed to be our headquarters. We will have to postpone that.... Oh, darn."

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